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"vine street expressway" Discussed on 990 The Answer

990 The Answer

02:28 min | Last month

"vine street expressway" Discussed on 990 The Answer

"A Texas death row inmate said to be executed for killing a convenience store worker more than 17 years ago, is asking that his pastor be allowed to lay hands on him as he dies by lethal injection. The request by John Henry Ramirez is the latest clash between death row inmates and prison officials over the presence of spiritual advisers in the death chamber. Ramirez is set to be executed Wednesday. His lawyer says Texas is violating Ramirez his first Amendment rights to practice his religion. The state now allowed spiritual advisers and the death chamber, but there can't be contact between a prisoner and the advisor. I'm Walter Ratliff, the U. S. Supreme Court will return to in person arguments beginning in October since the spring of last year, justices heard arguments by phone rather than in person because of the coronavirus pandemic. But the high court has announced a return to the marble courtroom beginning next month. Oral arguments scheduled for October, November and December will be in person. But the courtroom sessions will not be open to the public because of health and safety concerns. However, the public will still be able to hear the sessions live. Greg Clugston Washington Some voting is already taking place in the recall election of California Governor Gavin Newsom. Heavy Democratic guns like President Biden are heading to the Golden State to keep Newsom in office. University of Southern California political sociologist Mindy Romero says California voters are answering to questions regarding the recall of Newsome 50%. Plus one of those that are voting after we call him once he's recalled. The second question kicks in, you know if the governor Is recalled. Who do you want to select? And that's just a plurality of the vote person that has the individual that has the most votes period on Wall Street. The Dow down by 68 points, the NASDAQ dropped 87 the S and P 500 lower by five. More on these stories at town hall dot com. Philadelphia's AM 9 90 the answer time Sarah traffic sponsored by Mattress warehouses, Clean shop Promise Pennsylvania Turnpike eastbound So Norristown through for Washington accident on the shoulder, Blue North Bend so 95 through McDade. It's tough north and from contracting up to the turnpike, South gambler So broom all down towards the route One media bypass very heavy both ways for the Vine Street Expressway. Fairly normal delays for this couple expressway in for 95. We have 100 north beyond heavy delays near White Land Woods Road through Westchester. Also seeing heavy delays. 3 22 both ways near Cherry Tree Road for 22 West Load.

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"vine street expressway" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5

New Jersey 101.5

05:43 min | Last month

"vine street expressway" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5

"The biggest snowstorm of like the century and hear myself being cursed on the radio as we're just hitting them, Uh, I'm relinquishing my employee of the month to Eric Pots and Michelle. That's very generous or positive claiming credit for it anyway. So my swollen him what a job. Everybody did. I was really impressed. They did a great job. Well, he wasn't here to employ the month for August. Then this happened wasn't technically the September when Oh, I don't know. Did it well? What's the date? Dates don't exist to me. Don't exist. I don't know what the date anyway. All right, Then I'll take it back. Forget try to be nice. It was September 1st. Oh, there we go. Grand Start for them. They did. They did a phenomenal job. Eric and Michelle, in the words of the words of the four seasons. Oh, what a night Help! Late September. Back in 21, I thought I was I was there with them. And I I was lucky enough to be able to leave at like, four in the morning. I was or you got out of four stayed all night, Kristen. Kristen was kind of to relieve me at like 4 20 in the morning and she even left like 1 50. She was like, Oh, my God. I'm so sorry I left so long ago. It was just so treacherous. Getting in that she had to take all these different ways to get in. And as he said, Don't don't feel bad for it at all. It's fine. Eric and Michelle, we're here till gosh, like six in the morning. Some of the pictures Yeah. I mean, they stay until six. I believe they got out of here around six. In the first news. Come on. Well, yeah. First news came on, like 5 30. They were kind of and they said, You know what? We're going to help Eric. There you go, man. You could have some breath. I don't even think Eric was hearing Patrick Patrick was due for doing that. Yes, it was. It was a whole bunch of stuff going on about that. There was a you missed quite a time I saw the I saw the film I saw like the Vine Street Expressway completely underwater. And how fast they, you know, got it all pumped out like for the weekend. And the shots all over jersey of streets that became rivers. There's a story of Jersey guy Ray Rossi, my body who almost didn't make it home, and it's on NJ one on 15 dot com on the website, and it's a scary thing. When you read this. I read the story. You know, I called him up and I'm like what? And so I put it up there basically raise Odyssey coming home from Newark. And not only him, Ricky Ricky Ricky Ricardo program save legendary Yankees broadcaster John Sterling. Yeah, from the floodwaters as well as in Edgewater. This is one of those times that one of those rare moments in life you're like. Oh, where were you when IDA happen? Union City Strong Union City. Sure that union City Strong gets into Edgewater gets John sterling into his car. Into his patriot. Yeah, there's a church. Steve has that one opens page two Patriot that we have seen so many times in the parking Well, you move your God. So what I want to talk about I mean to start this off is because now you know, here's Phil Murphy covering tighter, You know, he's this is him taking, you know. Um, doing his job. And I remember back in the sandy day. I was here the night to Sandy happened and Governor Christie came in. And this was Governor Christie's big moment. This catapulted Governor Christie who was 73% approval rating. National spotlight. Yeah, I mean, remember Saturday night Live. Put the fleas. The fleece was all over the place, and I mean he partly this into a presidential run. And what I want to know what I'm thinking about is, you know two things One. Tell me what happened. Tell me how you're doing now, you know, because there's one thing as relating into the Labor Day weekend is one thing you know, as it's coming and who is going to be around? He's not going to be around. Try to get something done now that Labor day's over today's Tuesday It's been almost a week. How are you doing? And based on what you've seen from Governor Murphy and what you remember from Governor Christie, Who would you say is handling their store who handled their storms better. And do you think the Governor Murphy could use this storm? The way. Christie you, Sandy. Mm. You know, I mean, think about this. You know, Murphy has has to be a hero right now. You know, you get him a fleece should rally. He's right on top of the shooter, Elliot, and he didn't declared a state of emergency. And the last time should really is gonna whole list of things that Murphy screwed up on with this. Oh, yeah. He wants Murphy to apologize. For falsely claiming on the Today show. The New Jersey declared a state of emergency before anybody else in the neighborhood when Mr Rogers he actually did not. It was the governor of Pennsylvania. Who attract the storm for several days and declared his state of emergency 905 in the morning on Wednesday, and that was hours before the storm arrived. So, uh, morn 800 to 831 on 1.5. Most importantly, how are you doing? What's it like by you? How if you were able to get back to normal? How long did that take? How long did it take to pump the water out? I was amazed coming when use when I saw the expressway Because I we drive that road and gives up to water all the way up to the overhead roadside. Oh, my God. And or just looking at it, and I'm like, Hi. Where's that even going to go? I mean, we were and they got it out. We're getting calls from people all night to 87 was one of the worst. I mean, it was just complete standstill Is that the term? Pike was going nowhere the next morning on my way into work. You could, you know, peer over to 95 where Route One is underwater. There are still pockets of it. Just Underwater in so many roadways. Or if I mean so 27 people died and four are still missing..

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"vine street expressway" Discussed on 990 The Answer

990 The Answer

01:57 min | Last month

"vine street expressway" Discussed on 990 The Answer

"Future efforts. The evacuation is the first overland extraction the U. S government has confirmed since it Outside of those large cities, utility officials are describing a complex challenge that could take almost all of September and officials are warning of scams. Louisiana Governor John Bel Edwards says state residents need to be aware of people claiming to be FEMA representatives. If you Have any doubts as to whether a FEMA representative is legitimate or someone who purports to be a Facebook representative. I should say Uh, Hang up on them if they have called you, a combat sharpshooter accused of fatally shooting a mother, Her three month old baby and two others in a random attack, and Florida was ordered jail without bond Monday during his first court appearance. Authorities say 33 year old Brian Reilly surrendered early Sunday after a furious shootout. Polk County Sheriff Grady Judge said Riley stopped by a family's home in Lakeland Saturday evening, saying he was on a mission. More on these stories at town hall dot com. Philadelphia's AM 9 90 the answer. Time saver Traffic sponsored by Angie. We still have the area surrounding the art museum closed for cleanup from made in America. So the Ben Franklin Parkway closed off between 20th Street and the Art Museum Circle. The Vine Street Expressway. West found no access to the Ben Franklin Parkway that is for construction school police found heavy from the bluer to Conshohocken Jam. Montgomery Down to Gerard West on the school is tough from 30th. Out to Gerard westbound at the Boulevard, a disabled vehicle on the shoulder to two and 4 22 overall and pretty good shape So far today, Angie's list is now.

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"vine street expressway" Discussed on World News Tonight with David Muir

World News Tonight with David Muir

02:35 min | Last month

"vine street expressway" Discussed on World News Tonight with David Muir

"The flooded roadways and in philadelphia overnight a race to drain the vine street expressway. Water nearly overtaking. the bridge. janine. Norman on the ground this morning even after the rain stopped. This is the vine street expressway through philadelphia. The water had been up to those green street signs. You can see that it's come down but at its highest. Point this waterline shows. It would have been over my head outside. Philadelphia new video shows the massive tornado in mollica hill. New jersey bearing down on a home land inside recording as he and his dog race to the basement emerging to find his windows blown out damage everywhere. That tornado rated an f three winds up to a one hundred and fifty miles per hour. Multiple threats from this storm. Rob are ciano joining us now from westchester county and rob still just incredible damage out there. We can see behind you and although the storm is gone there are still millions under flood alerts thousands without power the danger. Not over yeah. We're we're not quite done with this yet. We still have several rivers across the northeast that are in flood warning Much like the raritan river in new jersey. For instance day hasn't seen level since nineteen ninety nine Hurricane floyd that's over that now and any flooding that sitting around residual funding. It's going to take some time to drain. The bright spot is is that tomorrow will be our third straight day of dry weather and that will help everybody in these flood. Recovery efforts with people are desperate for that break. All at rob. Thank you meantime in louisiana. Grim new fallout from hurricane ida for nursing home patients have died at least a dozen hospitalize after they were evacuated to a warehouse. Health inspectors say. They were turned away when they tried to visit across the storm zone so many still without power scrambling for fuel food and other things president biden paying a visit promising federal help. Abc's elwin lopez. Is there to nine to growing anger and misery. Five days after i to cut a path of destruction through parts of louisiana and mississippi people still waiting hours long lines like these searching for food. Water and gas in the blistering heat renewed to be rescue right. Now we need. We're badly surviving through the and tonight the investigation into the treatment of more than eight hundred nursing home patients evacuated. This warehouse ahead of the storm. At least four of them have died. Abc news obtaining these disturbing images showing the crowded conditions inside the most vulnerable and elderly sleeping on mattresses on the floor one of the residents.

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"vine street expressway" Discussed on Here & Now

Here & Now

02:06 min | Last month

"vine street expressway" Discussed on Here & Now

"At gotham missed tanya. Let's bring in. Kenneth burns he's south jersey reporter for whyy and kin. There were a couple of tornadoes that were brought on by the storm. Tell us about those in the damage. They've caused tiger. they were actually seven tornadoes. Four pensive yes. Seven four in pennsylvania to new jersey and then there was one that started in new jersey and then lifted in pennsylvania when it was finally done the two biggest ones one is south jersey. This is a local hill new jersey. No fatalities that with that one. But two people were injured but this was a pretty strong twister estimated peak winds about one hundred fifty miles per hour. The tornado was on the ground for about twenty minutes for a nearly thirteen mile. Path destroyed in a couple of farms were flattened as well and then on the pennsylvania side this this Tornado actually hit north of center city philadelphia and montgomery county It was on the ground for about fifteen minutes that peak moments were about one thirty miles per hour. One person was killed during that particular tornado. And there was at least a few minor. Injuries overall four storm-related deaths in the pennsylvania suburbs and then there's the flooding in philly the schuylkill river flooded its banks cresting at more than sixteen feet. What kind of flood damage are. Are you seeing there right now. The let me back up a second because There's another expressway. That was still flooded out. This is called the vine street expressway and for those not familiar with philadelphia. This is the highway that connects. I ninety five with the schuylkill expressway which runs along the schuylkill river So those are flooded parts of the vice street heading towards ninety five have open but the majority of the road is still closed. The schuylkill river peak late yesterday morning or late thursday morning. It's now below fled steaks. And it's a case of pumping water.

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"vine street expressway" Discussed on World News Tonight with David Muir

World News Tonight with David Muir

02:16 min | Last month

"vine street expressway" Discussed on World News Tonight with David Muir

"Probably over twelve feet of water here so we have these large trucks here from the national guard. The schuylkill river rising around ten feet in just over twelve hours in the city residents finding their cars underwater. Just like slowly watched my car skidmore and more submerged and i don't even know if it's backfiring. The rising floodwaters even shutting down the vine street expressway a t. Route at least four dead in the philadelphia region due to the severe weather including a man who drowned after his car went into a creek. Many people had to deal with rare weather events that don't normally affect them. Their families their communities. A lot of pennsylvania's will be dealing with very hard emotions today. And so j. Norman joining us now live. She's about thirty minutes outside philadelphia engineer. I know even though the immediate weather has improved in many of these communities. They're still going to see major flooding. Many of these rivers are gonna actually continue to rise. Well david the flood concerns continue in the philadelphia area until at least tomorrow. That is the schuylkill river you can see in the distance running behind me. What you can't see is where that river ends because it is still overflowing onto these nearby road residents still reeling. And they'll be dealing with cleanup for datacom. David or janine norman with us tonight as well. Janine thank you. Let's get right to chief meteorologist. Ginger zee ginger. Last night you and rob were warning. The potential of life threatening storms. The potential for this flash flood emergency and of course the tornadoes. But it was still quite something when you actually see it when it hits and this was a combination of forces yes as we have been warning about for a week. I mean really. Since before item made landfall it was a cold front meeting up the tropical remnants of ida. Now it is hard to believe unless you're this family in denver where i'm in their backyard right now and a bridge and their road collapsed. There were people in cars. Thankfully they got them out but yes it's hard to imagine what three to five inch per hour rainfall rates. Look like it's hard to imagine what eight to twelve inches over such a populated place. Looks like because in some of these faces. We've never done it before. And that's why you heard government officials on board with the climate change science saying that the one in five hundred year flood events. They have to be redefined because.

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"vine street expressway" Discussed on 990 The Answer

990 The Answer

01:43 min | Last month

"vine street expressway" Discussed on 990 The Answer

"Get everybody out of the country before August 31st, also at town hall dot com. Kathy Huckle has become the first female governor of New York as she took over and administration criticize for inaction during Andrew Cuomo's distracted final months in office local is promising up fresh collaborative approach in state government. Home sales were up in July. Along with the cost. Sales of new homes rose a modest 1% in July after a string of declines while new home prices set records. The Commerce Department says the median price of a new home sold in July climbed to an all time high of just over $390,000. That's about whopping 18.4% from a year ago. The July rebound in sales comes after drops in the three months before, as builders confronted problems within Increase in lumber prices and a shortage of construction workers. Shelley Adler Washington stocks remain higher, The Dow was up 91 point, the NASDAQ 85 points higher. More of these stories at town hall dot com. Philadelphia's AM 9 90 the answer. Time saver Traffic sponsored by Acme, the Blue Ridge North bound running so 95 through Big Dade, we're seeing jammed up traffic, the whole stretch of the eastbound Vine Street Expressway. It's tough east. On this Google Montgomery through University. West found side a lot heavier university through Gerard also Boulevard past Belmont. Construction delays for 95 construction cleared south of 95 between Allegheny and Gerard, but still tie ups in the area to two and 4 20 to nothing major happening there. CHADDs Ford north and Route one between 202 in Brinton Lake Road. Two right lanes closed for.

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"vine street expressway" Discussed on 990 The Answer

990 The Answer

06:19 min | 4 months ago

"vine street expressway" Discussed on 990 The Answer

"I, along with many major chiefs of police that are still in the business of been advocating for National crime Commission to look at this thing intentionally and come up with national recommendations, But so far this has been so much resistance to that concept. And I just don't understand that this is a national crisis. It requires a national response. You know, in Philadelphia. There was during the riots of last year, which the press won't call riots. They call it activism. You know, it was everything that happened. Yeah, I It's fiction with that activism that Well, my my point asking the question is you had people tying up interstate travel traffic. You know, uh, the Vine Street Expressway As we call it as 6 76. It's an interstate. People are sitting in the middle of it. Philadelphia Police show up to disperse it and they used tear gas to do it. And the police were made out to be the bad guy I when, when was it acceptable delay in the middle of an interstate commissioner? Well, some of what's going on in the country. Unfortunately, is that Social norms of behavior and even our criminal justice system. Uh, both in a great deal of disarray that accepted behavior is being defined downward. Street prostitution, smoking of dope in public, uh, public defecation, urination all the things that are now being tolerated that the public doesn't want the police to Deal with and if they do deal with that, the prosecutors PR case you've got prosecuted. It's actually very much averse to prosecuting anybody. That I can understand the desire for criminal justice reform we needed but there is such a thing as too much too soon too fast, and that's what's happening right now. You know, I don't mean to sound like some sort of entitled privileged guy when I say this, and I know that police police work is serious business that you would much rather not have to deal with as you mentioned homelessness and people that are mentally ill. But you walk through cities like Philadelphia and New York and you see, I just read a story this morning that a guy was openly masturbating in Times Square and was just arrested in front of the Eddie Bauer store yesterday. It's you know, when you're when you're talking about a city that I would assume interested in bringing in visitors and commerce after Covid and you know, there's the history here, the tourism there's the shopping. You can't have a city that engages in tourism and trying to bring outsiders in and have that kind of degradation going on in your streets, and I hate that falls on police. But if If not the police than who you know. It's government that should prosecutors that believe that the public is willing to tolerate that, Uh, what you're describing basically broken windows, quality of life and fractions that create fear in disorder and a climate for more violence. We saw that in the seventies and eighties and took 20 years of that declines of America finally woke up in the nineties instead of enough is enough, and that's what I dealt with the New York successfully We are in a similar crises now in which we have been defining down the norms of accepted behavior my wife encounter short time ago in the streets of New York and midtown Manhattan. A gentleman masturbating on the sidewalk at 11 o'clock in the morning, So it's throughout America that was seeing this, and prosecutors have decided with the support of some elements of the public. Not to basically deal with that effectively and that's creating the fear level. In addition to the horrific amounts of crime that we're now experiencing. We're not near the levels of 1990. Thank God even in your city with your rising crime rates, But, uh, if we're not careful, we can get this and this. This epidemic exploded instantly with one of the last year or two. Time has been going down overall in the country up until about two years ago, and then the virus accelerated it somewhat. But going forward we're going to have to. This is what my book is all about. Let's take a look at our history. Those who don't I know their history of doomed to repeat it, Repeat it and what's happening in America. Right now. We are repeating the history of the seventies and eighties, and we don't want to do that. Do you believe then that we will also repeat the reforms enacted in the nineties that clean it up the Giuliani type cleaning up of Times Square? Do you think inevitably a politician will rise and connect with the people to say. Enough. I'm not going to tolerate it. Public. Masturbation is not going to happen, and people will finally say Okay, we're going to try that woman or that man. We're going to go That way. We're going to hard line. Will that work? Will that happen again? I liken it to that movie network. Everybody opens up the windows and yells out the window. I'm not going to take it anymore. At some point in time, I think the public is going to say enough is enough. Uh, doing it This time different from the nineties is going to be more difficult because we have many fewer tools in terms of laws to work with. It's going to cost a lot more money because it was a clear understanding to fix this mess. You have to deal once and for all with the narcotics, homeless and emotionally disturbed problem. Police are not the answer to that problem, and the increasing dissatisfaction with police is that we are really not. The answer to it. So we get in trouble so often when we try to enforce laws and then we get penalized in our enforcement, dealing with people who are resistant to Basically norms of behavior that the police are now trying to enforce. No, it's it's ultimately going to be up to the public to say to their political leadership. We want to change because police have responsive to government leadership. Uh and right now we have a criminal justice system is in great disarray because prosecutors at large with police police of at odds with government Public is at large with everybody that in the book, I talked a lot about trying to find common ground so we can see each other. It may be seeing each other, we can arrive at some degree of consensus. Little country right now, that really is very divided and having great difficulty getting onto that common ground. Bill Bratton. We're grateful for your voice in this new book. I hope it's a roadmap to the future. The profession, a memoir on community race and the arc of policing in America. Thank you for your time today, sir. Appreciate it. Thank you Appreciate it all the best 8 15 telephone number 6108 50 09 96 ways. They're not social workers, You know, like they're not the.

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"vine street expressway" Discussed on 990 The Answer

990 The Answer

08:57 min | 9 months ago

"vine street expressway" Discussed on 990 The Answer

"On Remember all the morons that sat in the middle of the Vine Street Expressway and tied it up. Because of Justice or some such thing. Okay, well, they did a big on it. And they blamed the toilets are for it. It's really remarkable. I have to say the only time I find myself supporting the mayor, and now they're taking him out down. It's like the one time I would actually stand in support. This idiot And it's the one time they're going to savage him worse than any other time. Go figure. Philadelphia Police Commissioner Daniel Outlaws sought to use tear gas when all these yahoos laid in the middle of the interstate. Remember this? Oh, yeah. They don't even lead with the details of it, which is so disingenuous. They don't even tell you what happened. Philadelphia Police Commissioner Daniel Outlaws sought to use tear gas during protests against police brutality last spring, even as Mayor Jim Kenney and at least one top cop Expressed hesitation, according to an independent investigation commissioned by the city comptroller's office. The report released yesterday portrays the city's actions through early June as the most aggressive Philadelphia police response to civil unrest since the 1985 move bombing. And it goes on and on and on any they don't even get to what the hell happened until the back. So this is top of the fold. Front page report lays blame for tear gas. You'd read this story if you didn't know what happened. And you think all this sounds awful. The cops tear gas protesters for protesting police brutality away. These cops must be real goons. These innocents, peaceful protestors protesting police brutality. When along came the police and tear gas them for a protest and the mayor supported it. Oh, Mm hmm. The A holes were laying in the middle of the interstate. They're lucky federal troops didn't come in and tear gas. Their ass is Right. That's illegal. It is illegal traffic's a federal violation. They should have been thrown in prison, every one of them. And yet It's amazing the story. It's the one time it's the only time. Would actually take this idiot side. They're absolutely savaging him. Savaging the cops. They're savaging outlaw there, savaging the mayor. That will didn't even do enough and what she did was wrong. I wish every one of them had been run over. What they would have deserved. It's just amazing. It's otherworldly. I feel insane. I feel I'm saying, I've never felt more detached from the leadership in my city than I do. At this moment in the United States of America, you can lay in the middle of an interstate. And block traffic. And when police show up and tear gas you to disperse the police become the enemy and the protesters become the virtuous. The hell if that was the homeless encampment on 6 76, would they have tear gassed him? They probably let him stay there. You know, it's bad crap Crazy when I am supporting Jim Kenney When I stand with Jim Kenney, That's how crazy it is. They are. They have absolutely this this controller. Rebecca Reinhardt. Said Kenny failed to protect the city and its residents. You think? How about that? Well, not on that day. No, I mean on that day, he actually did the right thing. 48. Hours later, The guard comes in after the whole entire shopping. Carter's been burned down the one day the one thing the one time the guy does something right that I applaud, and the city controller comes out and says, What a horrible monster! Huh? Oh, good Lord. It's mad Max and the Thunderdome we live in here. I tell you 618 50 09 90 In New Hampshire. That's the Granite State. Isn't it? Stand Yeah, it definitely is that what they call it? The Granite State. Yeah, they do. Thanks for calling. Good morning. It's good morning to you, too. Hate them the way I grew up in Philly under the Rizzo population. S so it's that's the date myself. Way back when I still have a lot of cousins that live around there, and they sent me over to talk to you this morning. What? We miss him. Yeah, sure. Do. We could use him looking back? Hey, you know, when I grew up there, the Christian Brothers of West Catholic taught me some pretty good, Matt. I still use most of that. All my other college stuff aside. But this virus is a 20 that 50 90 M wide and 95 mask starts at one Micron That's 1000 nano meters. So it doesn't matter how many masks you stick on that. That's something that the virus goes through it like aircrew, a screen door. Another analogy I use is take a wet sponge. And throw it at a screen door and watch all the water go through it in the sponge stops that's basically with this virus would do when it hits that mask, so it drop a little water hits the mask it about 500 FT. A second. And when you call for your sneeze, and it has the virus has momentum, so it just keeps on sale and right on through. Another indication of that is the virus is still spreading, and people are wearing masks, so the mass must not work. And that's your science lessons for this morning. I have another one. If you want to listen to it, let's sure hit us up. Okay, so they keep on telling us how this vaccine is going to save her ass, uh, and our donkeys on and they keep on telling us That it is up to 95% effective. That means 5% of the people are still going to get it. And right now in the U. S. A. It's a little bit over 5% that have already had it in our immune to it, basically, And if you want to know the survival rate, it's real simple. Just asked your eight year old 10 year old to do a little math for you. And the math is take the confirmed cases minus the deaths and then divided by the confirmed cases, and the number comes up right now over the entire United States at 98.4%. Without a virus vaccine. Huh? All right. Well, it was mine. It was mine to steal a line from Chevy Chase. It was my understanding that would be no math. Uh, yeah, no E get it. Um, it's a stand. Do you agree with my assessment that it's politically useful? That that a sizeable chunk of this population fear ever gathering together in mass again. Oh, yeah, I'm totally amazed that little naive, I think is what I am. And that sort of thing. I kind of figured the population. United States a little smarter than it is. And the ones that voted for Biden or just Just dumber than rock. They really are. Sorry. Well, eyes, is it? Do you think those that did is it wasn't a hatred of blind hatred of trump or a fear. Which one? No is blind. It was a hatred. They fomented a haters of Trump. And that's something because they got things done and that sort of thing. And as far as I'm concerned, you know he's the best president of I've ever had. It's just amazing to me that see that turnover in the hatred and these people still going after him, you know, and and they want more more power and they're going to really do it's in if they continue doing that. I gotta say staying just isn't aside. How does a guy retire essentially from Philadelphia and move to New Hampshire? That typically guys like you who are on and years would move southwards warmer. You go northwards colder. I always do the opposite of where the crowd goes. Well, actually, I will be. I went I went to California for a long period of time. Because I was in the military. You know the divorces happened. You know the Children were there. Finally, I'm back on the East Coast and And way back when I used to work up that a new Boston tracking station when I was a contractor long ago after I got out of the military And I've always wanted to go back there and and.

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"vine street expressway" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5

New Jersey 101.5

01:43 min | 1 year ago

"vine street expressway" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5

"Two eight three one old one point five and I'm Rappin with Saran what do you have to say I just want to compliment Jeff from from traffic extraordinaire our road scholar the fraudsters I call him yes to appreciate hearing that I'm sure he doesn't get a bronzers next on New Jersey one one point five it was certainly a beautiful day for the beach this afternoon so we are still seeing some volume through some of our beach towns if you're gonna be traveling on route thirty five and they had a little bit slow both ways a bridge Avenue and we're a little bit slow and Brielle on route thirty five in fact it looks like we've got a northbound crash right around old Bridge Road if you're heading back up to route thirty four you can expect delays a little bit slow on ocean after bill Maher right around sixteen th Avenue home I'm still seeing some bunching up in Long Branch N. thirty six M. west families as you head out towards Eatontown N. thirty six ocean Avenue still a slow go and see bright both ways by the sea bright bridge parkway moving along great if you're coming home from the shore we've got no delays coming up from ocean and Monmouth County looks good all the way up to the union tolls turnpike pretty good shape tonight to win two eighty seven moved along fairly well we do have an issue leaving New Jersey at the Ben Franklin bridge is open but just keep in mind once you get into Philly traffic diverts off on a ninety five they've got the off ramp shut down of the Vine Street expressway for protest thing and the earlier slowdowns eased out of the Walt Whitman bridge pretty good shape across the Hudson hope a little accident cleared away the G. W. B. a still seeing some minor slowdowns maybe a five minute residual to live traffic every fifteen minutes next report seven thirty three I'm Jeff from a New Jersey won a one point five weather nice virtual white wedding indeed all my goodness was it pleasant today it's going to be cold tonight low fifty seven.

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"vine street expressway" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5

New Jersey 101.5

01:47 min | 2 years ago

"vine street expressway" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5

"You. I'm a giver after eleven I'll have the Powerball numbers, but right now in the very immediate future. It's New Jersey fast traffic. Very heavy ride on the Hudson county extension of the turnpike. You are packed between fourteen and that souls construction, eastbound blocks the right lane. It's gonna stay like that. So Monday morning. Also, roadwork on the ramp from the main roadway northbound has you slow exiting there as well. It's gonna cost you some extra time. If you're heading to the Holland from that approach leaving New Jersey at the Lincoln tunnel a slow go. We've got a stall bus out there by the tolls. It's fifteen to twenty minute. Wait exiting the Garden State. The George looking like ten to fifteen on both decks, courtesy Parkway. Northbound you're gonna see slowdowns in hillside as you approach exit one forty five or two eighty one thirty quickly. Reopened over by woodland road in Burlington southbound all lanes are now moving there. Northbound east Windsor? I'm seeing some troubles. Oh, we might have crashed just before one thirty three by the shopping plaza and leaving New Jersey at the Ben Franklin bridge. That's got you stop and go from the tolls across the span, that's because vine street expressway is solid on the Phillies side. This report is sponsored by rocket mortgage by Quicken Loans. Rocket. Mortgage by Quicken Loans is with you every step of the way to provide a seamless mortgage experience. Visit rocketmortgage dot com licensed all fifty states. Equal housing lender. Analyst number thirty thirty traffic every fifteen minutes your next report at seven forty eight. I'm brandy Scott. A New Jersey, you want to one point five jersey. One point five makes your smartphone even smarter. Absolutely free. So you can listen anytime, anywhere your jersey news fast, traffic and instant weather bond, plus, call into your favorite shows submit a photo more shares on Facebook search for New Jersey, one point five, and your apps store and get.

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